Making Fabric Chenille

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Step One: First you will need some tracing paper. You can get that at an art shop or your local craft store would have it as well.

Step Two: Cut a piece of the tracing paper into a square. Starting at the center of the square, draw a diagonal line from corner to corner. Each consecutive line will be drawn 3/8 of an inch from the first line until the square is completely filled as shown. If you want to make a lot of chenille from one color of fabric, use a 9 x 9 inch square of tracing paper. For a lot less chenille, simply cut a smaller square of tracing paper. You can save the chenille in a bag with a closure and use it for many other projects.

Step Three: Cut 3 pieces of fabric the same size as the tracing paper you made in step two. Layer them all with right side of fabric facing up.

Step Four: Place the tracing paper with the lines drawn on top of the fabric. Place paper on the right side of the fabric. If you already already layered your fabric with the right side facing up, you can simply lay the marked tracing paper on top of the fabric.

Step Five: Using a small stitch length, (approximately 10-12 stitches per inch) sew down each line that was drawn on the tracing paper. Sew through all 3 layers of fabric and through the tracing paper on top as one unit. Start sewing on the middle line, then work on each side of the middle line evenly until all lines are sewn. You may stop sewing approximately 2 inches from each side.

Step Seven: Take the side corners of the sewn block (the corners near the last stitching lines) and pull tightly. This will tear the paper away from the stitch for easy removal.

Step Eight: Tear away all tracing paper from fabric layers

Step Nine: Cut between stitching lines. An exact measurement would be 3/16 inch from stitching line.

Step Ten: Sew bias chenille pieces onto desired project. Because this is a bias piece, it will go nicely around curves. Be sure to back stitch the beginning and ending of all pieces. If a piece of chenille is too short to go around the total area of ​​your project, just place a second piece on top of the previous piece. Make sure to back stitch where you added the chenille to the first piece of chenille. When you brush it, you will not be able to see where one stopped and the other started! After sewing all pieces where you want them, use a stiff bristled brush to brush the chenille in a circular motion until it fluffs up. (The brush I used was purchased for fly tying and has stiff wire bristles. It is PERFECT!)

Step Eleven: After fluffing the chenille up a bit, spray a "mist" of water on the chenille and continue to brush in a circular motion. It does not take long until it is all fluffy !!

Step Twelve: Finish your project as desired.